August 5, 2020

Cards, Astros to reign in NL’s first round

October 5, 2005 Matt Conklin 0

The much-anticipated Red Sox-Yankees season finale fizzling into a dud this weekend didn’t matter. The limelight of the baseball season’s final week was so thick that even Barry Bonds made an appearance.

The Astros needed until the final game of the regular season to stave off an out-of-nowhere Wild Card push from the Phillies. […]

ChiSox, Angels could spark upsets in AL

October 5, 2005 Tim Fox 0

Although it seems destined for the American League playoffs to boil down to a Yankees-Red Sox showdown, the Angels and White Sox will look to disrupt the powers that be and try to knock off their respective opponents in the divisional series that started yesterday. […]

Two more NJAC victories secure second place

October 5, 2005 Brandon Lee 0

The College’s men’s soccer team won two matches this week and are on a three game winning streak as they continue New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) play.

The Lions collected a 2-1 home win over Rutgers University-Camden on Saturday afternoon and a 1-0 shutout victory over Rowan University Wednesday night. […]

Lions do well with DI runners

October 5, 2005 Matt Chando 0

The College’s men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the 32nd running of the Paul Short Invitational on Saturday at Lehigh University. Stacked up against lots of Division I talent, both Lion teams posted solid performances.

“(The) race had schools from all over the east coast and from California, pretty much a lot of the Division I powerhouses,” senior Jenna Fasulo said. […]

College upset by Profs on home turf

October 5, 2005 Scott Miccio 0

It was an up-and-down weekend for the College in the yearly Rowan University rivalry weekend, and the field hockey team unfortunately got the short end of the stick. In a hard-fought battle, the team suffered a harsh 2-1 defeat to the Profs on Saturday.

The Lions did jump out to an early lead in the game though, with junior forward Allison Greene scoring on a pass from junior forward Jess Berkowitz. […]


October 5, 2005 Tim Fox 0

It was too little too late for the Lions as they came up short against the fourth-ranked Profs of Rowan University on Friday night, taking the 30-20 loss before a packed stadium at John Page Field.

Despite digging themselves into a seemingly insurmountable 0-23 hole by halftime, the Lions turned a blowout into a nail biter by scoring three unanswered touchdowns in the second half. […]

A definition of liberalism sans Bush bashing

October 5, 2005 Ben Oosting 0

“Mommy, what’s a liberal?”

“Liberals are what cause all bad things to happen. Those latte-sipping, wishy-washy, East Coast, tax-and spend, elitist bastards are trying to destroy our country.”

How many times have you heard this conversation? OK, maybe not many, but regardless, this is the view that many people have regarding progressives and liberals. […]

Political extremism is not the A.N.S.W.E.R.

October 5, 2005 Jason Maruso 0

Lately, I’ve found myself in political limbo as a left-center moderate clinging to a rope under the duress of a dangerous game of political tug-of-war. Furthermore, I can see the brutes standing in each of the loops on either end tugging harder and growing more virulent – foaming at the mouth. […]

News Briefs

October 5, 2005 Bryan Wassel 0

Town may charge for parking

Cars across Ewing could become subject to annual parking fees due to an ordinance that was passed unanimously Sept. 28 by the township’s council.

The regulations were brought up by citizens of Ewing who were concerned about the use of rental property in Ewing. […]

Alternative sports get tournament funding, set precedent

October 5, 2005 Kaitlin Severini 0

Last Wednesday, the Student Finance Board (SFB) passed two motions to provide funding to the College’s Bowling and Ultimate Frisbee clubs to participate in tournaments. Both are currently funded by the Student Activites Fee (SAF).

Passing the motions to give additional money toward funding the Bowling Club, however, was not an easy task; board members were worried about inconsistencies regarding sports club funding requests after SFB budget approval, and in the end, the motion only gave the organization about half of the money it requested. […]

Cop Shop

October 5, 2005 Katelyn McCormick 0

On Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 2:35 a.m., a Campus Police officer observed a student exit an elevator on the fifth floor of Decker Hall. As the student exited the elevator, he pulled up the zipper of his pants.

When the officer entered the elevator, he noticed what appeared to be urine on the floor. […]

PrintSense for clubs proposed

October 5, 2005 Joe Garavente 0

After swearing in its newly elected members at its meeting Sept. 28, the Student Government Association (SGA) discussed the success of the online election as well as new developments in the PrintSense policy for student organizations.

Despite the sharp increase in voters this election, Dario Silvestro, alternate student trustee and election chair, noted that the number still only represents less than 20 percent of the student population. […]

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